The month of September has been a good month in terms of systems forming in the Bay of Bengal. In fact, these Monsoon systems have been developing in quick successions. Now, another system is coming up over Northeast Bay of Bengal as a Cyclonic Circulation by tomorrow.
Moreover, signs of the formation of a new system are already there in the form of a trough over Northeast Bay and adjoining East Central Bay, and possibly tomorrow, a circulation will be seen over the same area. This system will become more marked in the subsequent 24 hours.
The system may not intensify as much as the previous systems that have formed this month but then it will move in as a circulation itself, closer to the coast of Odisha and West Bengal. By September 19, the system is expected to move inland.
The system is expected to give some good rains over Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand and adjoining areas of East India. The system is expected to align itself with the Monsoon trough. There is an off chance that the system may even become a feeble low pressure area, however, it won’t be a very strong one. Nevertheless, the system will be helpful in reviving the rains over Odisha and West Bengal once again.